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November 29, 2014
Jockey Martin Pedroza changed his normal prerace routine aboard Private Zone before Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct for two reasons. First, he wanted to make sure the gelding left the gate quickly from the rail. Second, well, the Southern ...
Everything went according to script in the Grade 2 Remsen at Aqueduct on Saturday. Leave the Light On went to the lead, took the rail, and gave jockey Jose Ortiz his fourth winner of the day.
West Coast Belle stayed unbeaten in three career starts and got a head start on returning here for the Kentucky Oaks with a 1 1/4-length triumph Saturday in the 71st running of the Grade 2, $230,400 Golden Rod Stakes at Churchill Downs.
If there’s any horse who will so very much miss the end of the Polytrack era here at Del Mar, it’s Big Cazanova, who scored his third win without a defeat over this course when capturing his first graded stakes in this country in the Grade 3, $200,500 ...
There will be a lot of talk about how Condo Commando benefitted from Aqueduct’s main track favoring inside speed Saturday. But that would only serve to diminish what was a spectacular performance by her in the Grade 2, $400,000 Demoiselle Stakes.
It’s Not Me, who broke his maiden under a $16,000 claiming tag less than six weeks earlier, became a stakes winner Saturday by beating the late-charging Brother Bobo by a neck in the $75,000 Buffalo Man Stakes at Gulfstream Park West.
Speed was king at Aqueduct on Saturday, and jockey Luis Saez took full advantage by putting Snowbell on the lead in the $400,000 Comely Stakes. The result was a 2 1/4-length win for the Godolphin-owned and -bred daughter of Tapit.
Trainer Kelly Breen said jockey Edgar Prado came to him moments after guiding Money’soncharlotte to a popular 2 3/4-length decision over Moment of Delight in Saturday’s $75,000 Hut Hut Stakes and told him he thought the 2-year-old filly might actually ...
Kaigun, the winner of Friday’s Grade 2 Seabiscuit Handicap at Del Mar, will be pointed to two big one-mile races on turf at Santa Anita in early 2015, trainer Mark Casse said Saturday.
It’s a classy card at Aqueduct this afternoon, with the featured Cigar Mile the last Grade 1 of the year in New York. I’ll concentrate on the graded stakes races and the late pick four sequence.